Sunday, April 27, 2014

Get Rid of Boogies with Boogie Wipes!

All of you mothers out there know that children are lean, mean, booger producing machines. Children don't have to be sick to have boogery noses either. Boogers are just an almost daily occurrence in a mother's life. Simple, dry tissues can be ineffective when it comes to dried on boogies and are not helpful with younger children who can't blow their nose. Baby wipes can be rough and textured, which is good for cleaning messy baby bottoms, but can be too harsh for baby's face. This is where Boogie Wipes comes in. Boogie Wipes are gentle, soft, saline wipes specially designed for optimum booger removal! 

Recently, I tried a few of Boogie Wipes' products and I couldn't be more pleased with the results! The first wipe we tried was the Fresh scent and I absolutely love the smell. Surprisingly, they smell really good. Like, "Please make this scent in a candle" good. The wipes are also very generous in size, which I really appreciate. When I go to rid my little ones' faces of boogies, I will undoubtedly end up cleaning off some type of food crumb or drink residue as well. The large size wipe allows you to use one wipe to clean your child's messy face and boogies without spreading the mess from one area to another. No one enjoys boogies in their mouth or eyebrows!

We also tried the Grape scent which was a really familiar smell. Remember that grape Tylenol as a child? Yep! These smell just like that. I, for one, enjoy the scent and my children seemed to as well. Face cleaning time was nowhere near as exhausting as it usually was. I think it might have been the nice scents and soft wipes. These wipes are so soft! My children didn't mind me wiping off their faces and when they are happy, Momma is happy!

We also tried their Boogie Mist in Fresh. Boogie Mist is a saline nasal spray for children. It gently loosens mucus while also lubricating little nasal passages that can get dry with a cold. The nozzle is small and tilted, making it easy to use on small, baby noses. The spray is also very fine and not as harsh as some other nasal sprays on the market. Over my almost three years as a mother, I have found a love for saline nasal sprays. They help my children feel better and help clear out their little noses. They can be especially helpful with children who cannot blow their noses as well. This spray is no exception. I really love the nozzle and way the mist is sprayed. This has become a fast staple in my household.

Sick babies are never fun. Messy babies can be no fun to clean as well. Boogie Wipes make these not-so-fun times a whole lot easier. Be sure to check out Boogie Wipes' website and see all of the different products they offer. Also, follow them on Facebook and Twitter to stay up to date on fun promotions and new products. Hurry back here though because it is giveaway time! Boogie Wipes is giving one lucky reader there own Boogie Wipe care package including everything you see here! Enter using the Rafflecopter below. Open to US residents, 18 years and older. 

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15 comments:

  1. Fun Fact 3 Surprised me. Two liters of mucus every day? Yuck,!!

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  2. Your sinuses can make 2 liters of mucus every day. AMAZING

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  3. stephanie scales campbellApril 30, 2014 at 4:30 PM

    i did not know that your sinuses can make 2 liters of mucus every day. That’s almost 8.5 cups or the equivalent of how much water you should be drinking each day!

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  4. 2 liters of mucus everyday, YUCK lol!

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  5. Kindergarteners can get 12 colds a year....goodness! That's one a month!

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  6. I never knew those things about boogers!

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  7. I had no idea that there was a fancy term for picking your nose! LOL

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  8. Yes Fun Fact #3 surprised me!! Wow and yuck!!

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  9. Kindergarteners can get 12 colds a year! That is ALOT

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  10. Omg, 2 liters?! Yuck! haha!

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  11. Nope already had been to them and saw them before!

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  12. I was surprised by Fun Fact 3: Your sinuses can make 2 liters of mucus every day. That’s almost 8.5 cups or the equivalent of how much water you should be drinking each day!

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  13. Two liters of mucus every day is gross...

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  14. Two liters of mucus every day is gross

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